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January Possible Ponderings – Imagination

Possible Ponderings is an offering of ways you might
consider engaging more deeply with the theme or reflecting
on the ways the idea of Imagination shows up in your life.

January 3-9: How has your imagination shifted or changed throughout your life?

January 10-16: Thoreau once challenged us to … read more.

Update from the Board of Trustees

The FUSIT Board of Trustees will be providing a brief “Sense of the Board Meeting” report and sharing it through the weekly newsletter the week after a Board of Trustees meeting. The full meeting minutes will continue to be made available but this brief meeting summary is intended to keep the congregation tuned in to the activities and priorities of the Board.

Here is the “Sense of the Meeting” from the December 9 meeting, held on Zoom from 6:30-8:06pm.

Rev. Margaret opened the meeting by … read more.

Soul Matters December – Stillness

Our December worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Stillness. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Possible Ponderings: December’s theme is STILLNESS

December 1 – 5: Which spiritual practices evoke stillness in you?

December 6 – 12: How are you called to move into dismantling white supremacy?

December 13 – 19: How are you finding nourishment in stillness these days?

December 20 – 26: What might balance between movement and … read more.

December Side with Love – Village at Ithaca

At the Village, we are dedicated to serving all students and families with school-aged children to help them thrive. As part of that, we provide several programs and resources to help students feel confident, intelligent, and connected to their community and learning process.We also look … read more.

Soul Matters November – Healing

Our November worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Healing. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Fusit Commits to Racial Justice Work

We are looking forward to a productive year exploring how we connect with the important racial justice work that needs to be done. You can find the commitment letters from Rev. Margaret and the Board of Trustees here.